Human Anatomy Atlas 2019

Human Anatomy Atlas 2019

By Visible Body

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2016-07-28
  • Current Version: 2019.1.38
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 1.31 GB
  • Developer: Visible Body
  • Compatibility: iOS 11.3+
Score: 5
From 4,853 Ratings


Join millions of medical professionals, students, and anatomy enthusiasts who use Human Anatomy Atlas to see inside and better understand the human body! Human Anatomy Atlas offers thousands of models to help understand and communicate how the human body looks and works--and includes textbook-level definitions. Use it as a reference, instead of an anatomy textbook, or to create virtual lab experiences. Includes over 10,000 anatomical models with descriptions in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese. * One of the App Store’s Best Apps of 2017 * Winner of the Association of Medical Illustrator’s Award of Excellence * Winner of the Digital Health Awards' Gold for Spring 2018. “If you are in the medical field or plan to be, this anatomy app is a must-have.” — App Advice “... strikingly realistic and detailed...” — The Boston Globe “... mind-blowing, and always amazing in that it works so well.” — David Pogue, Yahoo Finance “Visible Body’s [Human Anatomy] Atlas and frankly, all their A&P apps have always been my go-to reference for exploring the human body and its function.” — Teachers with Apps Human Anatomy Atlas offers the most complete human anatomy atlas available, as well as a fast to learn and easy to use ad-free experience. The base purchase includes complete male and female gross anatomy models that can be dissected, common muscles actions, select mircroanatomy models and sample animations. Additional in-app purchases can extend the atlas to include more detailed 3D dental models, and animations that explain physiology and common pathologies.


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Awesome app I love it!
By Ljmiller34

Si vale la pena

Muy fácil de usar
By PabloAaaa

An app for Everyone

who needs that visual understanding. Very user friendly. Helping me out Big Time with Anatomy/Physiology, and Massage Therapy classes.
By RrRaven


I highly recommended this app if your a student like me trying to pass A&P, Biology, anything related to the study of the human body. I wish they had simulations of blood flowing through the heart and vessels (pathways) or cerebral spinal fluid etc. Regardless I’m still impressed by the options available.
By Bingesttayo

Love the app but....

This app has helped me immensely. The only issue I have with it is that the dissect option sometimes gets mixed up and dissects when it should highlight and vice versa. Other than that, fabulous app!
By adkaye

Love this app!!

I am a future chiropractic student and have been using this app to review. It’s super helpful and has actually taught me things that I didn’t learn in undergrad because I am actually able to get a 360 degree view of all of the structures. Amazing!! I also love that printable lab activities are included in this app. I will definitely be referring to this app in chiropractic school!!
By jen2022

King-size app

This is one of the best programs you get ever invest in. YouTube it , if you don’t believe me


It crashes and stays in the Lego of the app What I should do
By T99T99

Not what I expected

Needed this for head and neck anatomy. This isn’t a good source, doesn’t have many skull landmarks that I would like to search for. Ended up relying on textbook and google images to find structures such as the hamulus, branches of the maxillary artery, branches of V2, etc. I would recommend they increase their search capability in the app, because for now this app is useless to me.
By Dr2_


I love using this App for my Anatomy class but I think that it would be even better if it had VR support. I would then be able to replicate as accurately as possible a cadaver dissection and I think I could learn more with VR than with AR!!
By A hurt guy